The Macchi C.202 Folgore is regarded as the most successful Italian fighter aircraft of World War Two. About 1,150 aircraft were built between 1941-1943.
The Savoia Marchetti SM.79 Sparviero was a tri-engine bomber for the Italian Regia Aeronautica during World War Two. Approximately 1,300 units were built.
The Semovente da 149/40 is an Italian WWII self propelled gun mounted with a 149 mm artillery piece. Only one prototype was made, which still exists.
The Savoia Marchetti SM.82 Canguro was a three engine Italian bomber and transport plane utilized in World War Two. It served extensively on African fronts.
Italian armored car Autoblinda AB 40 was introduced in small numbers in 1940. The AB 41 saw extensive service on most fronts in World War Two.
The Carro Veloce CV 33 and CV 35, also known as L3/33 and L3/35 tankettes were Italian armored fighting vehicles used during World War Two.
The Breda Ba.64 was an Italian ground attack aircraft first put into service in 1937. By 1939, Regia Aeronautica began replacing them with the Breda Ba.65.
The Reggiane Re.2001 Falco II is a single engine, low wing monoplane fighter which flew for the Italian Regia Aeronautica in World War Two in various roles.
The Scotti Cannone-Mitragliera da 20/77 was first produded in 1932. It was a far simpler weapon than the Breda 20 mm, but the performance was inferior.
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